Watch how to crochet the chain link stitch (video and written pattern)

Watch the video above to learn how to crochet the chain link stitch.
The chain link stitch is so super simple, you won't believe it! It's as easy as single crochets and sewing rectangles together. This stitch makes a great scarf or accent to home decor projects.
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You can create something like this:
Materials
Any weight yarn. I used worsted weight in the video.
Hook size to match your yarn. I used a 5mm.
Scissors
Pro Tip: The bulkier yarn you use, the larger your chain links. Follow the same pattern as is in the video with bulky yarn and a matching hook for an oversized chain link.
Abbreviations
ch chain
sc single crochet
sl st slip stitch
st(s) stitch(es)
t turn
Written Pattern
Loosely Ch 21, Sc in 2nd from hook and across, Ch 1, t (20)
Row 2: Sc in each across, Ch 1, t (20)
Row 3: Sc in each across, Ch 1, t as shown in the video above
Row 4: Sl st endges together to form a loop, finish off & weave ends.
Note: With each additional chain link make sure you loop the crochet fabric through the existing link before finishing Row 4. See video above for a visual aide.
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